TTM Technologies Data Breach: Free Credit Monitoring Offered

Will Gendron
Mar 7, 2024 2:02 PM
TTM Technologies data breach exposed sensitive info including SSNs and health records. Check if you're affected and secure your data.

On September 26, 2023, TTM Technologies experienced unauthorized access to its systems. The breach was discovered on October 4, 2023, when suspicious activity was detected on the network. Immediate actions were taken to shut down the impacted systems and terminate the unauthorized access. Cybersecurity consultants were engaged to conduct a thorough investigation.

The types of consumer information exposed include names, addresses, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, driver’s license/state ID numbers, passport numbers, financial account information, and health-related information. It's important to note that not all types of personal information were accessed for all individuals, and there has been no confirmed fraud or identity theft involving the exposed information as of now.

Steps TTM Technologies Has Taken

Upon discovering the breach, TTM Technologies took swift action to mitigate and remediate the incident. The company has adjusted its cybersecurity systems and procedures to enhance security and minimize the risk of future incidents. Additionally, TTM is offering 12 months of free credit and identity theft monitoring services through Experian to all affected individuals.

What You Can Do

  • Monitor Your Accounts: Regularly review your credit reports and account statements. Report any suspicious activity immediately.
  • Enroll in Credit Monitoring: Take advantage of the free services offered by TTM. You can enroll in Experian's credit monitoring by visiting Experian IdentityWorks and using the activation code provided in your notification letter.
  • Place Fraud Alerts and Security Freezes: Consider placing a fraud alert and a security freeze on your credit files. This helps prevent new accounts from being opened in your name.

Additional Resources

  • Free Credit Report: You are entitled to a free credit report every 12 months from each of the three major credit reporting companies. Visit to request yours.
  • Federal Trade Commission (FTC): For further guidance on dealing with potential identity theft, visit the FTC's identity theft webpage.

For More Information

If you need more details about the incident or the steps you can take, TTM Technologies has set up a dedicated call center available from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM CST, excluding holidays. The toll-free number is 833-430-2161. When calling, please reference your engagement number provided in your notification letter.

For detailed disclosures and official responses related to this breach, you can visit the disclosure pages on the Maine Attorney General's website, the Massachusetts Attorney General's website, and the California Attorney General's website.

By staying informed and proactive, you can better protect your personal information from potential misuse following this data breach.

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